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“Andrade El Idolo is a terrible guy” – Tony Khan

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• “Andrade El Idolo is a terrible guy” – Tony Khan

As we reported last night, there was an altercation between Andrade El Idolo and Sammy Guevara before last night’s 3-year anniversary episode of AEW Dynamite.

Words were exchanged by both men and Sammy pushed Andrade, which led to punches being thrown (tap here for the complete story).

This altercation led to AEW President Tony Khan sending Andrade home for being unprofessional.

On the other hand, Guevara still appeared on Dynamite. He teamed up with ROH World Champion Chris Jericho to defeat the team of Bryan Danielson & ROH Pure Champion Daniel Garcia in the main event.

TMZ also reported that several AEW wrestlers are “pissed” at Sammy’s behavior.

Andrade vs. Dark Order’s Preston “10” Vance in a Career vs. Mask match will no longer take place on this Friday’s AEW Rampage.

During an interview on “My Mom’s Basement with Robbie Fox” before Dynamite, Tony promoted the above Rampage match (which will no longer take place) by saying the following:

“Andrade is a terrible guy. If Andrade loses this match, he would leave AEW forever.

And frankly, you know, the way things have gone with Andrade and the way things have carried on, I think a lot of people might not mind that. But it’ll be an interesting situation to follow.

If Andrade were to lose this match, I think Rush could be a great leader for LFI.”

Also Read: Andrade El Idolo Is Trying To Get Fired From AEW So He Can Return To WWE

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• Old School WWF Tag Team Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Tag Team Legend Demolition Smash (Real name: Barry Darsow) celebrates his 63rd birthday today.

Between 1987 & 1991, Smash teamed up with Ax as Demolition and together they hold the record for the longest reign (478 days) as WWF/E World Tag Team Champions, a record that can never be broken, as those Championships were retired in 2010.

After the Demolition gimmick, Darsow became known as Repo Man in 1991, a character he portrayed till he left the WWF in march 1993.

During his later career in Ted Turner’s WCW, he was known as Blacktop Bully and later as “Mr. Hole-In-One” Barry Darsow.

In 2007, Ax & Smash reunited and from that point forward continued to wrestle as Demolition all over the independent scene, before they both retired in 2017.


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